Sleep paralysis among Cambodian refugees: association with PTSD diagnosis and severity

@article{Hinton2005SleepPA,
  title={Sleep paralysis among Cambodian refugees: association with PTSD diagnosis and severity},
  author={D. Hinton and V. Pich and Dara Chhean and M. Pollack and R. McNally},
  journal={Depression and Anxiety},
  year={2005},
  volume={22}
}
Among Cambodian refugees attending a psychiatric clinic (n=100), 49% (49/100) had at least one episode of sleep paralysis (SP) in the previous 12 months. The annual and monthly SP prevalences were much higher in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) than in non‐PTSD patients. Among the PTSD patients, 65% (30/46) had monthly episodes of SP versus 14.85% (8/54) among non‐PTSD patients (χ2[2, n=100]=26.78, P<.001). Moreover, patients with SP in the last month (n=30) versus those without SP had much… Expand
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